50 Cent Is Free! Pays Off $22 Million Debt To End Bankruptcy

Screenshot 50 IG Really I thought that was never going to end lol but Fif finally paid off all that mula to his debtors and cleared his name.

NBA: Darius Miles Files For Bankruptcy After Making Over $60 Million in the NBA

Darius Miles was a first-round draft pick with the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2000 NBA draft, he starred in a movie with Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds, he landed an endorsement with Michael Jordan’s athletic brand, and made nearly $62 million in the NBA, but now he’s filing for bankruptcy.

Judge Ends 50 Cent’s Bankruptcy Case

Looks like 50 Cent has something to be proud of! A judge has recently signed off on ending his bankruptcy case but this came at a price of quite a bit of money.

50 Cent Compares Him & Donald Trump’s Bankruptcy Issues

You know it was inevitable…when Fif was asked once again about his money issues right now, he of course had to bring Trump into the conversation – referring to The Donald going “bankrupt” four times.

(Video) 50 Cent Creates A MTV Cribs Parody As He Makes Fun Of His Bankruptcy Situation

When it comes to his bankruptcy situation, 50 Cent shows he is the least bothered. He recently re-created MTV’s ‘Cribs’ in a way where he pokes fun at his bankruptcy case while at a Hostel in Barcelona.

50 Cent Offers Lump Sum To Rick Ross’ Child’s Mother

50 Cent has struck a deal with Rick Ross’ son’s mother in his bankruptcy repayment plan. He will be giving her a $6 million lump sum of the $7 million settlement she won after suing him for exposing her sex tape, so long as she drops the suit. If he doesn’t pay in 30 days, however, Tia’s original claim will be reinstated. As for the $18.1 million judgment against him from Sleek Audio (which is his biggest creditor,) they’ve agreed to a $17.3 million lump sum, and in return, Sleek execs will help him fight the $75 million malpractice suit against the lawyers who represented him in their case.

Death Row’s Bankruptcy Filings Leave Dre, Snoop + More With Zero Of The Millions They’re Owed

Death Row Records has finally finished their bankruptcy – and the only ones who come out as the winners are the lawyers who handled the case. According to TMZ, Dr. Dre had previously filed a claim to get $8 million worth of the money he was owed, Snoop Dogg filed one for $2 million, Nate Dogg and/or his estate filed for $5 million, Tupac/Afeni Skakur’s estate filed for $900,000 and Death Row’s founder, Suge Knight, filed for a staggering $144 million. Not a single cent was handed out to any of those names but the late Afeni’s estate, who got less than 10% of what they were owed, at $75k. There may be another $57k on its way as well.

Petey Pablo Files For Bankruptcy

For the third time since 2009, Petey Pablo has filed for bankruptcy. The North Carolina rapper claims he only has around $50k in assets, with his liabilities in the same range. His creditors include the IRS, Planet Fitness, Enterprise, Ford Motor Credit, law firms and more. Petey’s two previous bankruptcy filings were dismissed after he’d failed to pay on his re-payment plan to creditors, so some of this is likely left over from years back. Having done a four-year bid from 2010 to 2014, it must have been tough to keep everything in order, particularly because he had no real income. Petey recently had a part on Empire, so hopefully he can turn that into something more and start paying these debts off!

50 Cent Makes A $23 Million Deal In Bankruptcy Case

50 Cent has now came up with a plan that will make the creditors in his bankruptcy case really happy. 50 has announced a plan to the judge that states he will pay $23 million within the course of 5 years.

50 Cent Reveals How Much Money Me Made & Spent In February

Numbers on the board? After filing for bankruptcy last year, Fif has been all over the news and media outlets with how much money he’s actually got – especially after all that instagram flexing went viral. Now according to reports, 50 reveals how much he made, spent and has in the vault from the month of February. We’re still talkin M’s here. Hit the jump.

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